The high temperatures registered in Australia have caused a massive forest fire in the country, fires that, due to its hardness, have forced the government cancel future fireworks shows Large number of cities.
Various forest fires devastating the country, killed 9 people and destroyed more than 1,000 homes. Tim Cook has also put on a solidarity vein that exposes Apple to this type of natural disaster and has announced that it will cooperate economically with fire fighting forces.
In a titter he published yesterday, Cook thanked the volunteers who worked to fight the fire across Australia and He urged all concerned not to put themselves in unnecessary risk.
Our hearts go out to those affected by the Australian fires and the brave determination to fight the flames that has never been seen around the country – please stay safe. Apple will make donations to support charitable efforts.
Cook does not report how the company will donate. Apple regularly contributes to nonprofit organizations, emergency services organizations and the Red Cross (where it has launched various fundraising campaigns through iTunes) to help rebuild efforts in areas affected by natural disasters.
In August last year, Apple made a significant donation to help save and restore the Amazon rain forest following a fire that struck Brazil that caused severe damage to the area. In 2018, Apple donated millions of dollars to the Red Cross following the impact of Hurricane Florence on the eastern cost of the United States. Fortunately Apple is not the only tech company